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Instructions and Help about Why Form 8815 Grants

Hi, I'm Suzy. Guess who's back, it's me! And today, we're going to give a coffin nail design with a matte gray color. Let's get started, shall we? First, I want to say that I'm super impressed with you, Grant. Now, I'm going to ask you a question to see if you're lying or not. Are you still biting your nails? "No, I am not biting," you said. I see no evidence of that, and these nails look amazing! I'm even pushing back the cuticles a little bit. They look great, no redness, infection, or swelling. I'm impressed with that. So, why did you stop biting them? You mentioned that it's just the constant recognition that there's acrylic there. It's a mind game, and you still run your teeth underneath the nails occasionally. But overall, they look good. Since your nails look excellent, there's no preparation needed in terms of cuticle work. We've already applied the prep step, which can cause a little bit of dryness as it removes the oils from the nail. The primer needs to be applied only to the natural nail, not the acrylic. Just a small amount of primer is enough for the whole hand, there's no need to oversaturate the nail with it. I'm really happy with how it adheres to the nail. You can keep one hand for a bit while I work on the other one. Now, let's move on to building a coffin shape. We'll need a form, and it's better to have some length to get the coffin shape. We can add some length to your nails if you're okay with it. I know you're aware of the risks, so let's proceed. I won't go into detail about forms because that could take a while. I'll just place the form under your nail, make...